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Eduard Müller is no longer acceptable as FMA boss after allegations in the U-Committee – Freedom Party of Austria

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Eduard Müller is no longer acceptable as FMA boss after allegations in the U-Committee – Freedom Party of Austria

“The statements of the current informant in the COFAG investigative committee make the resignation of the head of the financial market supervision, Eduard Müller, inevitable,” said the liberal parliamentary group leader and FPÖ General Secretary Christian Hafenecker. The tax official responsible for major company audits had explained that an investigation had been initiated against him on the basis of false allegations by an “intervention force” set up in the ministry called the “Office of Internal Affairs” – set in motion by the “twins” in the Ministry of Finance, like the former Secretary General Thomas Schmid and the section head and later minister Eduard Müller were named. “It appears to be an ÖVP ‘morality police’ in the Ministry of Finance, which also lacks any legal basis,” said Hafenecker.

Müller also didn’t see Signa going bankrupt

“After Schmid brought himself down through his chat activities, Müller’s time in responsible positions in the republic has finally come to an end. He is no longer sustainable as the head of the Financial Market Authority. I call on him to resign immediately and on Finance Minister Magnus Brunner to be removed immediately,” said Hafenecker. In any case, Müller is obviously completely overwhelmed by his office, especially since he didn’t see the Signa bankruptcy coming or looked the other way for party political reasons.

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